Convergence is one of the paintings by American artist Jackson Pollock, who is known as a representative of abstract expressionism. The composition was created on canvas, measuring 93.5 inches by 155 inches. It is an oil painting, which constitutes a wide range of colors, lines and shapes, made by a method of dripping and pouring paint onto a canvas. These lines, spots, circles splattered on a canvas unintentionally convey the artist's emotions. The painting was made during the Cold War with Russia, and it is considered that the painting represents the idea of freedom of speech.